Management Lecture.2

Management Lecture.2 - ADMINISTRATION OF SPORT & RECREATION...

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TRADITIONAL CONCEPTS OF MANAGEMENT I. MANAGEMENT A. WHAT IT IS B. WHAT IT INVOLVES II. MANAGEMENT THEORIES A. FREDERICK TAYLOR 1. SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT a. STRUCTURED b. TASK DIVISION c. POWER CENTRALIZED d. CHAIN OF COMMAND B. MAX WEBER 1. SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT a. DIVISION OF LABOR b. MANAGERS SELECTED ON EXPERTISE c. CHAIN OF COMMAND C. 1. POSDCORB D. HENRI FAYOL 1. SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT THEORY a. PLANNING b. ORGANIZING c. COMMANDING d. COORDINATING e. CONTROLLING II. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT A. B. C. SCALAR PRINCIPLE – LADDER EFFECT D. UNITY OF COMMAND – CHAIN OF COMMAND E. SPAN OF CONTROL – NUMBER OF PEOPLE EFFECTIVELY SUPERVISED III. ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT STRUCTURES
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A. FORMAL B. INFORMAL C. VERTICAL D. HORIZONTAL E. POSITION FUNCTIONS a. LINE b. STAFF IV. HUMAN RELATIONS MANAGEMENT THEORY A. 1. COMMUNICATION
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course KIN 655 taught by Professor Ham during the Spring '08 term at James Madison University.

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Management Lecture.2 - ADMINISTRATION OF SPORT & RECREATION...

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